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Unformatted text preview: it ' z " ' xam#4Classics152 SQ2001 Part 1. Answer 5 of the following 8 two-point questions: 5 1. According to Stambaugh, there was a stark contrast in the urban policies of Claudius and his successor Nero. Name one building project typical of each emperor and showing this contrast. a. Claudius: AW filmdt‘h 1). Nero: Do mug Act/rm 2. According to Claridge, two features of the Arch of Titus indicate that Titus was dead when the project was finished. Which two? a. b. 1, Claridge stresses the "monster scale" of the Palace of Domitian. Name two features of the complex that reflect its gargantuan size. a‘ Cowaol V” at PHAT-"L b' 1. According to Claridge, who were the two architect's of the Golden House? a. b. 1. According to Claridge, six aqueducts converge on the Porta Maggiore. Who built the Porta Maggiore, and what is the name of one of the aqueducts? a. Builder: Clmflhk', b. Aqueduct: AWL“ Cl and i4 2. The Forum of Trajan had many components. Name two promineni features. a' Trail“; Calm” b' Pork-cab; “In. 'HNL fii-noui- 3. According to Prof. Frischer, the Pantheon incorporates in its design a play between which two geometric forms? a. CI rcla b. 5 M{_ 1. Which emperor created the Marble Plan, and what is it. ' - M1 w tgmmlri L‘lM ml hurl-(J‘— 40-! k. / [UP/fa y Q” Hi? :(W‘L a; 34“- Luflalihs 1:. u- Part 2: Answer 5 of the following 8 1—point questions: 7 1. 2. WI “Whirl. According to Claridge, Vespasian's Temple of Peace and the Forum of Nerva had another name. Give one of the alternative names. Few Trmgfisr: awn Which emperor finished the Temple of the Divine Claudius on the Caelian? Exam #4, page 2 Visit)“; {an NAME 3. Whose name was effaced in the inscriptions on the Arch of Septimius Severus? 4. 6 Ci}. Which emperor built the Temple of Venus and Rome? HAJ/ffvn K" r ’_ ‘ . What is the name of the altar that stood until the late fourth century AB. on the floor of the Senate House (Curia Julia)? . Imperial baths like that of Caracalla had typical rooms and features. Name one mentioned by Claridge. According to Stambaugh, the third century AD. was chaotic after the death of AlexaflSeverus until the rise to power of which emperor in 284 A.D.? 5‘L“"‘vhM “- W- - DiodeA-i'om . What is the name of the arch that made up one of the entrances into the Cattle Market (Forum Boarium) and which, according to Claridge, was inscribed with the names of three people that were later erased when they fell into disgrace? EXTRA CREDIT (1/2 point each) . Wha was the name of Trajan's architect? fallacinm of Damascus 2. "The thrust of Hadrian‘s building in Rome is formal and religious" (Stambaugh, p. 78). Cite one example of a temple built or rebuilt by Hadrian. \. ”1/5 Classics 152. Exam Nr. 1, SQ 2001 (15 points possible) Name Section One. Answer 3 of the following 4 questions {1 point each). 1) Why did villages start to appear in the Neolithic but not in the Palaeolithic? ’0‘; "HM-(- {Okinawan Lro M ”H‘- ;+ m G n: e—‘i‘r M_ '_ f, 'H-In urn-4:. (Inst-:2»? $4 ‘7???“ ‘i' {Ago-«r rtJM-Ji ”WK MLM7,7L‘M 2) \Xhat is the main ideological difference between the village and the city? 1;“.Zh. tiff" N rattlfifi'r‘“? “fix“ 9" H‘ “C” *"* m H“ A?“ h, rain-is“ ‘ ’.¢_‘_J “I. (“Muamafdi‘h' Land-cs on}. is Maj"; halal + l i. if Who first proposed the concept of the “consumer city”? .- Edwin} 6.53m What impact did the unification of ltaly have on our field? . Ruthie} L... m :Akrfl~*.t on- it LI- 613,] In, Lst‘h ‘tA-l' “I‘d “J ”Ehr‘m. Section Two. Answer 3 of the following 4 questions (2 points each). 5) Which 15‘“ century humanist had the greatest influence on the study of ancient Rome, and why? 6) What is a “consumer city” and what is a "producer city"? Z’H “£1:de Comma-ear: ?r..i.«.y\;q mi: from and fitting-’3‘ JVn-dgl‘i'fi-kfllct'r.’ ° I Meets ,; hm. wdh “I...” . a...) _ 4' ”A 4'44! 0r 14?. fins-r“? not“! F, H "l I‘ ‘ Algal; 7) When was the “Age of the Grand Tour”? Why was the Grand Tour important for the study of ancient Rome? flWhenzxfiw-bq 4.1). ”Why: 9:.va emu urn-hail '6 N held; 8) According to the professor, a number of factors have rejuvenated the study of ancient Rome in recent years. Name two: ‘1 M “ men-ct 2""- ‘H'w-u-Vh H~rs i. ii. Section Three. Answer 131th of the following questions (3 points each). 9) According to Claridge, there are 14 hills and spurs of hills in the Rome area. Name 6. i. raiding ii. Vehicu- iii. Es ailing *3 “ iv. T”... v. Qu‘w; M1 vi. Cami.‘ uni-3M. 10) Name 3 of 5.0. Checkland‘s 5 kinds of urban—historical methodologies: i. 3:. .r k; MAY-A1 «W1 it -_+.. - «- hid-ta: .i ml ”J- ...A ,zl-ur- “. “'4‘. .., a. ‘r z idiot-56“,“ / P .f of- 411“: “WM ‘32“? .Mg'i Luv. Lida» <0".me MW- iii.C.,-.Pwrl an}. Lenka-«fit H... 6N1 9 OHM? chips til ih Extra Credit: Answer one of the questions you did not answer in Section One or Section Two (1 point). ...
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